By Judith Brett
Judith Brett, award-winning writer and recognized Australian political scientist, offers the 1st whole background of the Australian liberal culture, in addition to of the Liberal social gathering from the second one half the 20th century. The Liberal get together of Australia was once past due to shape in 1945, however the traditions and beliefs upon which it really is based were vital to Australian politics on the grounds that federation.
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